Originally published 15 April 2010
Keywords: PRC labour law, employment issues, notice, employee, employee wages, deduct
Our "PRC Labour Law - Bitesize" series has been enormously popular. We continue to receive registrations for our Bitesize series every day.
Each week we answer some of the most common questions asked about PRC employment issues with a focus on providing practical, succinct answers. We aim to bridge the gap between the law, local guidelines and what is actually done on the ground.
If you have not yet registered for our series, the following are the "Bitesize" articles you missed last month.
- 4 March 2010 - Am I required to give notice to an employee if I decide not to renew his labour contract when its term expires?
- 11 March 2010 - When can an employer deduct amounts from its employee's wages?
- 19 March 2010 - Can I unilaterally change the work duties to be carried out by an employee?
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